Kevin Hart's 'Laugh At My Pain' marks comedian's big-screen stand-up debut

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From Huffington Post

Known as one of today’s premier stand-up comedians, Kevin Hart has carved his own niche in the industry. Earlier this year, Hart embarked on a successful 90-city comedy tour dubbed, “Laugh At My Pain.”

During the tour, his stop at Los Angeles’ Nokia Theater put him in the record books as the first African-American comedian to net over $1.1 million for two-day ticket sales, bumping Eddie Murphy from the top slot.

“I try not to think about it. It’s huge, but I’m one of those guys who tries to stay ignorant to his success,” Hart recently told The Huffington Post. “When you think about it, that’s when you get caught up in the things that make you think that you’re above the world.

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